Wednesday, 8 February 2017

February at the Jewish Museum

Final Weeks of Shaping Ceramics
Critics' Choice "a delightful small exhibition" - Financial Times
Don't miss your chance to discover how Jewish √©migr√© ceramicists revolutionised British studio pottery and influenced successive generations of ceramic artists in this critically acclaimed exhibition, closing Sunday 26 February.
Last Chance to See a Live Pottery Session
Potter-in-Residence: Irina Razumovskaya
Tuesdays and Saturdays until 25 February, 10.30am - 12.30pm
Watch ceramicist Irina Razumovskaya in action. Irina is a Russian Jewish ceramicist whose work is inspired by antique culture and archaeology.
Pop-Up Potters
Thursdays until 23 February, 10.30am - 12.30pm
Join our final pop-up potters as they work live in the exhibition space on Thursday mornings until the end of Shaping Ceramics, creating works and demonstrating techniques. 
Access for All Family Day - This Sunday
Join us for a day of activities for all, with a range of clay-based sensory activities and object handling and BSL interpreted storytelling sessions and family tours. Children can have a go on the potter's wheel with Nam Tran, join the icandance company to learn some new moves and make a theatre mask or clay pot to take home.